Unabridged audio. 9 hours. Read by Jennifer Van Dyck.
Book 8 of the Eve Duncan series.
Years ago Eve Duncan lost her daughter to a killer and the body and killer were never found. As a nationally respected forensic sculptor Eve is in the unique position of being called on to help identify unidentified skulls so that other families do not have to suffer as she has. Now she has a lead on who may have killed her daughter and her Atlanta policeman boyfriend Joe tracks him to Indiana with Eve on his tail. Henry Kistle is for sure a pedophile, but is he also Bonnie’s killer, like he claims? Eve brings in help from old friends and a new one, in the form of a spiritual listener from another Johansen novel.
I read the first few of this series many years ago and enjoyed them, but I wasn’t all that interested in this one. Maybe I would have liked it more if I was caught up with the series, I don’t know. Her boyfriend, who I liked earlier, was a jerk in this one. And I found the bad guy pretty one-dimensional, nothing interesting about him. The book was okay, but not one I’d recommend.
Jennifer Van Dyck had many voices for the multitude of characters, but some were more funny than they should have been. The man from South America sounded Indian to me and maybe my dislike of the bad guy came from his annoying voice. So, I don’t know if I would have like reading it better. I think I might have since a few of the voices really turned me against the character.
I checked this audio book out of the library.